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I would like to create a worksheet of all the Viewports in my drawing and most specifically what scale they are. Available criteria for viewports are limited. Is there a worksheet function I could use to achieve this? Many thanks. Mark
RMcK posted a topic in General DiscussionI am trying to create a worksheet with multiple formulas in it. For this I need to be able to search different criteria in each column. The type is spaces. What is the order of the text I need to input into the cell to pick up with the criteria would do in a database row? I have looked through all of the following places and it is not very clear to a novice. http://developer.vectorworks.net/index.php/VS:Function_Reference_Appendix#attrCrit http://developer.vectorworks.net/index.php/VS:Search_Criteria#Search_Criteria_Format http://app-help.vectorworks.net/2016/eng/VW2016_Guide/Worksheets/Worksheet_Functions.htm Thanks!
Hello, I have a worksheet that functions as a "Sheet Index" and I'm trying to simplify the criteria that shows the active sheets. Presently my sheets have a numbering system that places an "X-number" and when I ready to have them show up on the Index, I change the X-number to a letter different than X. The only way I have been able to make the sheets no so the I recalculate is to add the criteria (Layer/is not/X-and the exact number) for each sheet. I Would like to be able to specify all the "X-" and have them not show with a single criteria. I have tried Name, Field value etc.. but haven't figured out how to make this work. I'm asking this because for some reason the edit criteria dialog window will no longer let me keep doing this. It's seems to have a reached a limit to the number of criteria of 25, because if I try doing this for some additional sheets I have recently added the function no longer continues to work. Thanks in advance
It would be nice to have the option to delete a particular criteria choice within a database header rather than just using the "Fewer Choices" to eliminate just the last (bottom) criteria choice. The current methodology for eliminating criteria at the top of the list is cumbersome if you want a clean list of criteria, free from "All Object" choices. I've had criteria that are more than 10 lines long and eliminating the first, third, and seventh lines is impossible without assigning a "All Objects" choice to it. I see two options for fixing this. 1. Consider an interface with + and - buttons for each line instead of the "More Choices" and "Fewer Choices" buttons. 2. The second option would be, when changing a criteria to "All Objects", the list reorganizes to put those choices at the bottom of the list. The user could then use the "Fewer Choices" button to remove the unwanted lines.